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Music students to perform at Kennedy Center

A group of students from the Indiana University School of Music will kick off the 2005 Conservatory Project this week at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. The Conservatory Project, which began last year, is a concert series designed to showcase outstanding students from America's top music programs. Full Story >>

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IU science tip from AAAS 2005

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Indiana University's Markus Jakobsson will present new cybersecurity work at this year's meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Feb. 17 to 21 in Washington, D.C. Full Story >>

Living Well

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February's tips discuss romance, cell phone use while driving and the Web site accessibility failings of top liberal arts colleges. Full Story >>

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A View from the Bridge

The Indiana University Opera Theater will stage the first collegiate production of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer William Bolcom's A View from the Bridge, a full-scale opera adapted from the Arthur Miller tragedy. Performances are scheduled for Feb. 4-5 and 11-12 at the Musical Arts Center. Bolcom will give a pre-concert informance one hour before each of the first two performances. Full Story >>

State of the Union Address

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The following Indiana University Bloomington faculty members are available to comment on initiatives that President Bush is expected to discuss in Wednesday's State of the Union Address. Full Story >>

Iraqi elections

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This tipsheet includes information about Indiana University Bloomington faculty members who can offer their insights on the Jan. 30 elections in Iraq. Full Story >>

The role of schools in fighting obesity, poor health

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With the exception of parents and families, schools could do more than any other social institution to prevent and reduce obesity, according to Lloyd Kolbe, a professor in the Department of Applied Health Science. He has identified 23 specific policies that schools could consider to reduce obesity among young people. Full Story >>

Market Line: Business and economic news

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This tip sheet highlights expertise and research at Indiana University on business and economic issues and includes a calendar of upcoming major economic events. Full Story >>

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